Nortel seeking bids for patents; Google preps new Android flavor

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> Nortel Networks is soliciting bids for its patent portfolio. Article (sub. req.)

> Google is displaying a giant frozen yogurt statue on its campus--a possible indication the company likely will soon announce its Android 2.2. "Froyo" update. Article

> Comcast introduced its High-Speed 2go mobile WiMAX service to the town of Swampscott, Mass. Article

> The Wireless Innovation Forum will hold a TV White Spaces Summit in Washington, D.C., this June. Release

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> The growing appeal of ads in apps. Commentary

> Flurry launched its new Privacy First Initiative for data analytics. Article

> Technology innovation is on a roll in Boulder, Colo. Article

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